scapegrace.

\SKAYP-grayss\ , noun;
1.      A reckless, unprincipled person; one who is wild and reckless; a rascal; a scoundrel.
I like how Biblically speaking, no one can escape God’s grace.
No one can be too much of a rascal or scoundrel to not receive pure grace from the Almighty Lord.
Perhaps I should make some bumper stickers that say “Scapegrace isn’t in God’s dictionary” or something corny like that.
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